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CBS
Nov 23, 2013 6:00pm PST
father after he refused don corleone's request to cast his godson in one of the producer's movies. today, this fake horse's head sold for $8600 and it was only used in rehearsals pain real horse's head was used in the actual shooting of the scene. still ahead, high-tech cars designed to drastically lower your risk of collision. auto show is now under way, and an annual showcase for all the newest ways technology is influencing car design. what not too long ago seemed like extravagant luxury options may soon be showing up on dash boards as standard features. carter evans shows us how the car of the future could be just a few short years away. >> the next level of autonomous technol. >> reporter: it's a major theme at this year's l.a. auto show-- cars with brains. bart herring is with mercedes benz. what can this car do that some of your others may not? >> now with the e and s class we have a car that can steer itself. >> reporter: mercedes uses radar, sonar, and infrared sensors, along with two video cameras, to help the vehicle see the road ahead, enabling the car to react much qu
CBS
Nov 10, 2013 6:00pm PST
that 2,000 pound satellite to hit earth. don dahler has the latest. and jeff pegues on the nation's newest college football powerhouse, which is also the country's first university for the deaf. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor with a western edition of the broadcast. and every hour with every new image we see the toll seems to get worse. a country of 96 million people hit by a typhoon of enormous power. this is what it looks like in the philippines, with the police chief in tacloban says up to 10,000 are dead. there was understandable chaos there. we noticed this picture of an owner standing outside his store with a gun trying to keep looters away. as american forces head in to help tonight here's what haiyan looks like from space. you can see the enormous area the storm still covers even though its wind speeds are down significantly. we begin with seth doane in beijing. >> hundreds of thousands of filipinos are coming to grips with the devastating impact from haiyan, the storm's heavy winds turned entire nei
CBS
Nov 2, 2013 6:00pm PDT
and mark phillips lead our coverage. was the mayor of america's fourth largest city smoking crack? don dahler takes a closer look at a defiant and rather colorful politician. >> get off the property, partner! ♪ god bless america ♪. >> axelrod: boston stronger it's extraordinary parade that showed the character of a proud city. and we're going to introduce you to one of the toughest, strongest, fastest women on the planet. >> i want to be even better. i want to be even faster. i want to really push this sport. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod with the western paul ciancia now faces federal charges that could lead to the death penalty. ciancia is in critical condition at a hospital in los angeles. this afternoon, the head of the t.s.a. and the widow of officer gerardo hernandez appeared at the airport to remember the first t.s.a. officer ever killed in the line of duty. in los angeles, carter evans begins our coverage. >> reporter: moments ago, federal authorities announced the man who opened fire on t.s.a. officers
CBS
Nov 24, 2013 6:00pm PST
zero attorney releases a new report on what happened. here is don dahler. >> reporter: in the 11th months since the newtown tragedy, connecticut state attorney interviewed dozens of people and investigated every second of what happened that day. one area of focus is police response, whether procedures were followed and if they were effective. >> 6-7 at school, caller indicates they think there is someone shooting in the building. >> reporter: the first 911 call came in just before 9:36 the first officer arrived a minute and a half later, the officers were inside the school at 9:44. through interviews with officers and examining tape recordings of the body microphones many were wearing the report is expected to give a clear timeline of events but not necessarily make recommendations. connecticut senator richard bloominghall. what do you expect this report to reveal that isn't already known? >> this report will be a very factual, straightforward recitation of facts that reveal the atrocity and i hope creates and additional momentum for gun violence prevention. >> reporter: in the pas
CBS
Nov 16, 2013 6:00pm PST
don dahler. >> reporter: his behavior has been such a distraction, the mayor himself had to concede the council's vote was understandable. >> if i would have had a mayor acting the way 5 conducted myself i would have didn't exact same thing. >> reporter: his own brother, doug, a toronto city council member has urged him to take a leave of absence. >> i believe rob should take a couple of weeks off. >> reporter: yet ford still refuses to back down, even as the confessions mount. >> have you purchased illegal drugs in the last two years? >> reporter: ford, who is also facing allegations of drunk driving and spousal abuse, pausefor eight long seconds before answering. >> yes, i have. >> reporter: that was yet more red meat for comedians. >> and the number one thought going through rob ford's mind at this moment, "help me, canadian jesus." >> i understand the embarrassment that i've caused every resident in the city. i'm humiliated by it. >> reporter: "toronto star" editor michael cooke says the city is humiliated, too. >> it's funny, it's lewd, it's crude, and yet it's stunningly pad f
CBS
Nov 3, 2013 6:00pm PST
york area and the bombings at the boston race this april. don dahler reports. >> reporter: for all but the very best, running a marathon is more a test of will than athletic ability. 26.2 miles equals 138,435 feet. a marathonner feels every single one. it's a solitary sport. except on days like this with crowds like these. when old rivalries fade before a purpose to keep moving on. the new york marathon wasn't run last year. superstorm sandy saw to that. then the boston marathon bombings happened adding a new sense of threat and heightened security to this year's race. but the faicco family who we met along the route didn't mind that. they were here for their son and brother sean. >> is there any special about this given everything that this country and this area has been through this past year. >> it has been. i'm here to see my brother run and he ran in boston this year. so we were there and it was tough to live through those couple of days. >> reporter: the faiccoes are from staten island, a place decimated by the storm. >> that's what we do in new york after something so difficult
CBS
Nov 18, 2013 5:30pm PST
americ homes are mowed down by a battalion of deadly tornadoes. dean reynolds and don dahler have the destruction and stories of survival. >> i had just grabbed my baby out of the crib and we jumped into the bathtub. >> pelley: dr. jon lapook report there is may be a flaw in those new guidelines for cholesterol. a traffic stop ends with police firing at a minivan fillith children. john miller investigates. and bob schieffer with a doctor who treated the wounded president kennedy. why he believes what kennedy was wearing may have cost him his life. >> schieffer: doctor, just tell me what's happened here now. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, tornadoes this late in the year are rare, but this week before thanksgiving dozens of them tore across the nation's mid-section. preliminary estimates from the government say there were 75 tornadoes yesterday in seven states from tennessee to michigan. at least eight deaths are reported. relatively few considering the number of twisters. accurate forecasts and early warning appare
CBS
Nov 28, 2013 5:30pm PST
sales with more stores open on thanksgiving than ever before. don dahler on their prospects for a profitable season. astronomers track a visitor from the fartherrest reaches of the solar system. lee cowan on what they hope to learn from a comet. as the administration struggles to meet its own deadline for fixing the obamacare web site, dean reynolds looks at the private exchanges some employers have set up. and max parker has autism, but he and others like him have something special to offer employers as well. >> they just needed a chance. they've got abilities that are quite valuable. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> good evening. scott is off tonight. i'm margaret brennan. happy thanksgiving. it's an especially late thanksgiving this year, the latest in fact the holiday ever falls. that means, the holiday shopping season, starting tomorrow, is the shortest it ever is, just 26 days. so many retailers are trying to make up for lost time by opening for business today. they expect to ring up more than $600 billion in sales this season,
CBS
Nov 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
. >> pelley: today, the mayor of canada's biggest city, toronto, admitted that he smoked crack cocaine. don dahler tells us it's not mayor rob ford's only problem. >> reporter: five days after toronto's police chief confirmed the existence of a video of the mayor smoking crack, the mayor stopped denying it. >> yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. do i? am i an addict, no? have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors, probably approximately a year ago. >> reporter: when he called a press conference hours after his admission, speculation was he would resign. he did not. >> i want to be crystal clear to every single person. these mistakes will never, ever, ever happen again. >> reporter: ford has had a contentious relationship with the media. this past week, he got into a shoving match with reporters as the clamor grew for him to step down. >> what don't you understand? get off the property, partner. >> reporter: today, even as he ended six months of denials, toronto's mayor took a verbal swipe at reporters. >> i wasn't lying. you didn't ask the correct questions. no, i am not an addict
CBS
Nov 20, 2013 5:30pm PST
, kokomo. don dahler is there and we were struck by what he found. >> reporter: we found nancy finch picking through the debris of her childhood home on bell street. >> it is just stuff but when it's your stuff it's a whole different story when you see it scattered everywhere. >> reporter: moments earlier, steve schneider showed up to help. schneider didn't know finch, he's not even from kokomo. why are you here? >> to help. i just give them a hand today and you never know when it's going to come in your back door. >> anybody hungry? >> reporter: that's about the time sarah miller and jennifer brackett arrived. their homes had been spared. >> they lost everything, we could at least bring them breakfast. >> reporter: down the block, kevin sprinkle was helping a young couple find a new place to live. >> you can take my truck. >> reporter: how long have you known courtney and mike >> five minutes. >> reporter: five minutes? >> this is the first time i've met them. >> you were coming by and decided to help them? >> i came intentionally by. i came intentionally by to help. >> reporter: wh
CBS
Nov 12, 2013 7:00pm EST
far to sign up more folks for private insurance than for medicaid. we asked don daaler to check on what connecticut is doing. >> reporter: we met 21-year-old angel medina signing up for health care in hartford. he was dropped from his mother's health insurance two years ago. >> i have really bad eyes. i like to get them checked often but since i don't have health insurance, you know, doctors really want to, you know, take a look at me. >> reporter: this month he found out he may qualify for medicaid that was expanded under obamacare. connecticut's ultimate goal is to sign up 275,000 people. so far, 9,498 have enrolled. kevin counihan is chief executive officer of connecticut's health exchange. are you in any way discouraged with the numbers of people who have been applying for the program here in connecticut? >> buying health insurance is expensive and it's confusing and it's complicated so no, i'm not disappointed by it. however, we clearly is a strong goal to meet by the end of march and we're planning on meeting it so enroll. has to kick up. >> reporter: by the end of march, cou
CBS
Nov 11, 2013 7:00pm EST
. here's don dahler. >> reporter: desperate to track down her family in her hometown of tacloban, jackie duer turned to facebook. that's how she found out what their 78-year-old mother did to save their lives. >> my mother and younger sister were holding on the a refrigerator floating around in muck for 45 minutes. they put the young children inside the refrigerator. >> reporter: they used it as a boat? a refrigerator? >> yes. >> reporter: her family survived but lost everything. she's collecting emergency supplies and raising money. >> we direly need help. this is for real. this is hell. >> reporter: across america people are doing what they can to help. from supplies donated at a car dealership? san bruno, california, to cash donations in the part of jersey city, new jersey, known as little manila. military veterans from l.a. are forming search-and-rescue teams. matt p *eelak is one of the leaders. >> tools, saws, flashlights, sleeping packs, you name it. it these go on our backs. >> reporter: call centers, including this one in philadelphia, are putting family members in touch. but th
CBS
Nov 19, 2013 5:30pm PST
washington, illinois, don dempsey was watching television at home. >> the local weather forecasters were on there, and they were saying, "go to the basement immediately. it's coming up through marquette heights towards washington." >> reporter: several hundred miles away, meteorologists at the storm prediction center in norman, oklahoma, had been working the weather system for days. >> go, go, go, go! >> reporter: issuing a particularly dangerous situation tornado watch for much of illinois at 8:40 a.m. sunday. within an hour of that notice, the national weather system office in lincoln, illinois, 40 miles from washington, ramped up from two workers to 12. patrick came in on his day off. >> they knew within the next couple of hours, things were going to go, and once they went, they were going to go rapidly. >> reporter: how did you react personally to what you were observing? >> just looking at that on radar, it looked like it was going to be very bad. >> reporter: his office fired off three warnings, starting at 10:50 a.m., 16 minutes before the storm hit washington. "you are in a life-thr
CBS
Nov 29, 2013 6:30pm EST
: don mccastle is general manager of the white tail mountain resort where it's the he earliest opening since 2002. >> i'm really excited to be open this early. it looks like in the long range this will stay with us for a while. >> reporter: the resort capitalizes on cold by pumping stunning volumes of water through snow making guns which put a fine mist in the air. >> we can pump about 3 million gallons of water a night. >> reporter: where it flash freezes and falls as snow a few feet away. contrast these resorts with this photo of white tail sister resort liberty mountain taken at christmas last year and you get why opening early is such a big deal. both for the bottom line and for enthusiastic skiers and snowboarders. >> it's awesome. i wasn't expecting to go snowboarding until maybe a month early. >> reporter: as long as it stays cold they will continue to pump millions of gallons of water uphill to guarantee many more white friedst to come in -- fridays to come in what is a remarkable season. >> white tail and its sister resort liberty mountain will open through sunday afternoon an
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